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Bar Study Access
Starting July 6th, May 2020 alumni may access the Law Library Monday through Friday from 9 am to 6 pm to study for their bar examination. Students must make a seat reservation before coming to the Law Library to study. For further information, please review the procedures and restrictions at our seat reservation page: https://law-hawaii.libcal.com/
Core Legal Research Databases
|Lexis Advance*||Lexis Digital Library (Study Aids)*|
|LLMC Digital||Nexis Uni|
Featuring the first online version as the Library is closed. Enjoy!
You made it. You are finished with Law School. Now what? Well, of course, there is the bar exam. But, you may be interviewing or working before that. You will still need access to those trusty databases you have grown accustomed to. Your employer, should you have one, might offer access. But, worry not, you […]
By Keiko Okuhara, Bibliographic Services/Systems Librarian. This UCLA website (https://perma.cc/YF2P-LW5Y (Archived site)) provides links to primary sources and high-quality summaries to legal responses to the coronavirus pandemic issued by all levels of governmental units, federal, state, and local. Various legal guidance are updated daily, and some states have laws predating the epidemic but that have […]
By Storm Stoker, Technical Services Support Specialist Do you have a special day, week, or month you want recognized every year? Maybe you want April 30th to be National Coffee Day. Many nonprofits seek a declaration of a national day, week, or month to bring awareness to their cause and raise money. For example, in […]